The Doha Declaration @ 20: The quest for solutions to overcome access barriers created by the TRIPS Agreement

Dr. Carlos Correa
Protesters demonstrate outside the Supreme Court in Pretoria, South Africa, in 2001, as the pharmaceutical industry faced off in court against the South African government. The 39 drug companies were attempting to sue the government over using ‘flexibilities’ around intellectual property rights in a move that would have denied people living with HIV/AIDS access to affordable antiretroviral medicines in South Africa.

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This blog is a place to reflect on our experiences working for access to medicines. For the official MSF Access Campaign website please visit msfaccess.org.

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MSF Access Campaign — Medicines Are Not a Luxury

MSF Access Campaign — Medicines Are Not a Luxury

This blog is a place to reflect on our experiences working for access to medicines. For the official MSF Access Campaign website please visit msfaccess.org.

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